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RC

abbr.
1. radio controlled
2. Red Cross
3. Roman Catholic
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The theory of resistance of reinforced concrete structures, as before [1], is aimed at a precise definition of the four major problems:
Eventually, when a code of practice has to be agreed upon it is of great importance that protection of reinforced concrete by surface coating systems is considered and included.
REINFORCED CONCRETE WALLS IN A CLIMATE CORRESPONDING TO THE CONDITIONS IN THE ARABIAN GULF
If durability coupled with the flexibility of design considerations are not enough to convince the non-believer of the superiority of reinforced concrete construction, there is still the issue of environmental impact.
Based on the test results, the compressive strength of steel fibre reinforced concrete [f.
The stress transfer between steel and surrounding concrete is a fundamental characteristic of reinforced concrete structures.
Biggs shows, however, that it was only the facade that was new - architect Albert Kahn's impressive, large, windowed, reinforced concrete shell.
A new building technique, called composite construction, involves the use of steel columns surrounded by reinforced concrete.
of Hawaii, presents a reference on mathematical models of concrete and their applications to reinforced concrete structures.
For months, Local 46 has been broadcasting 60-second spots on 1010 WINS Radio to inform commuters of the benefits of union labor providing genuine lath and plaster, as well as cast-in-place reinforced concrete construction," says Bill Hohlfeld, LMCT coordinator.
The system faces its first commercial test in Shanghai's airport city link powered by Siemens technology from Munich, while Munich-based engineers CBP designed the raised reinforced concrete track.